For the second time this season at Kaulig Racing, members of his № 31 team were eliminated for a lap that broke away from Chevrolet Justin Haley during the race.

Crew leader Trent Owens and crew members Johnpathie Keeley (rear tire changer) and Marshall McFadden (Jack) have been suspended from the next four races of the NASCAR Cup series, which run until June 12. They will miss this weekend’s events on Texas Motor Speedway (All-Star Weekend), Charlotte Motor Speedway, World Wide Technology Raceway and Sonoma Raceway.

The left rear wheel came off Haley’s car when he left his pit stand Sunday on the Kansas track. It happened on the 34th lap due to the precaution of B.J. McLeod. Haley was able to retreat and return to his pit stall behind the new tire, but his day continued to go downhill and he left the race after 64 laps due to an electricity problem. He finished 35th.

There were no other fines from the Kansas Highway.

Haley’s team also lost control during the opening season of the Daytona 500. Kaulig Racing appealed a penalty but lost.

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